• Rubber and Plastics ERP Software

    Improve Performance and Manage Growth

    Plastics and Rubber manufactures faceincreased demands quality, efficiency, on-time delivery, pricing and cost control amongst increased growth and demand of products across all markets. Manufactures as a result are looking for better ways to manage raw materials, improve production efficiency, tighten delivery schedules, and increase profits. Epicor for Rubber and Plastics is a proven solution to help meet the unique challenges manufacturers that focus on injection molding, thermal forming, extrusion, and similar complex manufacturing capabilities.

    • Improve operational effectiveness with real-time actionable visibility into plant and business operations.
    • Manage the design, prototype, and build of complex products to address new customer requirements.
    • Reduce waste with stronger cost control and management of key cost elements.
    • Maximize equipment effectiveness with real-time performance data and the ability to eliminate manual data collection.
    • Improve bottom line results by ongoing management of your supply chains.

    “We used to run 3-4% scrap. Last month we were down to 1.37%. You can't get much better than that; that's world-class and is largely attributable to Mattec MES. It's the tool that gives us the numbers we need to make good decisions.”
    Dave Rose, Quality Engineer, Johnson Controls

    “Epicor has enabled Lakeside Plastics to not only survive during the most difficult years of the automotive industry; it has provided the company with a competitive advantage that has allowed us to grow and expand.”
    Glenn Coates, President, Lakeside Plastics

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    Learn How Epicor for Rubber and Plastics Manufacturers is Helping Other Customers Stay Ahead of the Curve

    “With Mattec MES we’ve reduced our defect rate from 25 parts per million to 1 part per million, a world-class rate that puts us on par with the most demanding manufacturing standards. As a result, we’ve eliminated penalties for production errors, saving approximately US$5,000 per error.”

    Ryan Lowrie, Quality Engineer, Lakeside Plastics

    “We used to run 3-4% scrap. Last month we were down to 1.37%. You can't get much better than that; that's world-class and is largely attributable to Mattec MES. It's the tool that gives us the numbers we need to make good decisions.”

    Dave Rose, Quality Engineer, Johnson Controls

    “Real-time planning and scheduling insights with Mattec allows us to respond to our customers faster.”

    Tom Dimick, Director of Manufacturing, Plano Molding



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